Snowshoeing in Combloux will make you discover the beauty of the snowy landscapes. A moment out of time, face to face with nature, to live alone or to share with friends or family.

Snowshoeing is an ideal activity to enjoy the beauty of the Alps in winter. This gentle activity, which does not require any particular technique, allows you to discover nature at a slow and leisurely pace. It is also an excellent physical exercise that helps you tone up and recharge your batteries.

At the beginning or end of the season, when the snow is less, it is also possible to hike the routes on foot.

Outings accompanied by a guide in Combloux

Go on a snowshoeing adventure with our service providers

Looking for an escape into nature? Contact the Guides Office or Marie-Claude and Rémy: our snow activity providers in Combloux. By choosing one of these experienced professionals, you ensure you have a quality experience.

These guides, who know the region like no other, will guide you safely through our immaculate Alpine landscapes while sharing their passion for the mountains with you.

2 options to discover the mountain with a guide

  • Book a private hike, alone or in a group, for a tailor-made experience based on your preferences.
  • Take part in one of the snowshoe outings offered throughout the winter season by our experts

Choose your next snowshoe outing with our guides!

Explore the local fauna, immerse yourself in its cultural and heritage riches, and marvel at the beauty of the Alpine landscapes covered in their snow coat! Throughout our thematic walks, you will experience moments of intense communion with nature and discover the wonders of our exceptional territory straddling the two Savoys.

The ideal snowshoe outing for families

2 marked snowshoe circuits are offered to families in the form of a treasure hunt. Our mascot Tilou will introduce you to the life of different mountain animals.

On foot or on snowshoes: make the right choice!

Snowshoes will be your best ally for hiking on snow! Moreover, we strongly advise you not to venture on the snowshoe routes without equipment... Your walk could become a real hell.

On the other hand, when the amount of snow is very low and you are not at risk of sinking, it is possible to opt for walking without snowshoes. Remember to equip yourself with crampons to fix under your shoes in order to maintain a good adhesion on the ground and not to slip.

Other practical information for your snowshoeing trip

Snowshoeing with a view of Mont-Blanc

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